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Tuff Stuff: Free Sports Card Values, Price Guides & Memorabilia News

Tuff Stuff is an industry-leading monthly magazine and resource for sports collector memorabilia, sports card values and price guides!

How to Implement the Rise and Shine Binder {and a freebie}

Rise and Shine Binder- interactive morning binder-use with the baseball card sorting pages and use two by two so that we can make a 6 digit number

Are you an #AuthenticFan?! Sit with us in the O.co Value Deck every Friday home game and win free A's fan gear, Authentic A's Fan cheer cards, a personalized A's Fan baseball card at the CSN photobooth, a $6 food voucher, and a chance to be featured on a CSN live broadcast!   For more information: http://oakland.athletics.mlb.com/oak/ticketing/comcast_value_deck.jsp

Are you an #AuthenticFan?! Sit with us in the O.co Value Deck every Friday home game and win free A's fan gear, Authentic A's Fan cheer cards, a personalized A's Fan baseball card at the CSN photobooth, a $6 food voucher, and a chance to be featured on a CSN live broadcast! For more information: http://oakland.athletics.mlb.com/oak/ticketing/comcast_value_deck.jsp

Baseball Card Values - MLB Card Value

Baseball Card Values - MLB Card Value

1959 Topps Yogi Berra #180 Baseball Card Value Price Guide

Issued by Topps Chewing Gum Company (American). Yogi Berra, Catcher, New York Yankees, from the Topps Regular Issue" series

1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. RC...If there's a Holy Grail of all 1980s baseball cards, the 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. is it. It has seen better times as far as values go but it's still universally beloved for those that collected in the 1990s. Besides being the best Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card, it helped usher in a new era in the hobby that included glossy card stock and premium production values.

Back when I was a kid opening packs of 1989 Upper Deck baseball cards hoping to pull one of the prized Ken Griffey Jr. rookie cards, you could have told me the card was Photoshopped and, well, I wouldn't … Continue reading →

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